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My guest in Episode 93 is a former professional athlete. He’s a former offensive tackle for the Indianapolis Colts and he knows what it feels like to encounter failures, roadblocks, and disappointments. He grew up on the south side of Columbus, Ohio where he had to overcome failure, adversity, learning disabilities.

But he discovered the secrets to unlocking “The Winning Edge” and now speaks all over the world training others to win in business and in life. Listen to Shawn Harper and learn how to WIN in life.

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What’s In Store For You

What does it mean to be vulnerable? Why should I be vulnerable when I share my story? It is all about CONNECTION.

You can definitely share data, information, or the products and services that you are building or selling. However, to connect with people on a deeper level, you really need to go to stories – specifically a personal story.

Let’s talk about why being vulnerable with your audience helps you better connect and make a difference with people.

  • [03:38] Personal stories allow people to see you in a space of vulnerability.
  • [04:58] What you share matters!
  • [06:12] I share my actual “confession” and vulnerable side.
  • [09:08] Here are a few reactions I received and how people were able to relate to me.
  • [10:04] What is one big reason why we fear being vulnerable?
  • [11:30] Failure can be used as fuel for your future.
  • [12:23] What is the reason we exist?
  • [12:46] Success doesn’t happen in isolation.
  • [13:42] Find Your Voice and Change the World!

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